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Dig My Rig, April 2012

THIS IS MY CURRENT GROUND shaker.
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THIS IS MY CURRENT GROUND shaker. It consists of Ampeg 4x10 and 1x15 cabs powered by an Ampeg SVT 3-PRO head with a BBE Sonic Maximizer 422A, a Korg DTR-2 tuner, a Nady 201 wireless, and a Furman power conditioner. My basses are my collection in progress. Top row: 1976 Rickenbacker 4001, 1975 Fender Jazz Bass, 2006 Fender Geddy Lee Jazz Bass, 1984 Ibanez X Series; Middle row: MTD Kingston Artist, 1984 fretless Fender Jazz Bass, 2000 Fender Precision Bass; Bottom row: 1994 Peavey Foundation 5, 2011 Ibanez SR700, Ibanez acoustic bass guitar, and last but not least, my 1986 Fender Precision Bass (Pete Wentz pickguard). My top three are the Rickenbacker, the fretless Jazz Bass, and the Ibanez SR700. —ANDY GARCIA, VIA EMAIL

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